Every year the City creates a capital works program to be completed within the financial year. This program includes upgrades, renewals and environmental maintenance projects across the 415 parks and reserves that the City manages.
Of these 415 parks and reserves, less than 15% of them have an official name registered with Landgate. Registering place names with Landgate is important to ensure a singular recognisable name is given - allowing residents, emergency services, map providers and travelers to find our parks.
In order to systematically name all of our parks and reserves, the City has introduced a process to name a park when it appears within our capital works program. This means as work is completed at a park, the name is registered with Landgate and signs are installed.
Parks that will be going through the naming process in the 2023/24 financial year include:
- Teakwoood Park, Thornlie
- Brushbox Park, Huntingdale
- Parakeeal Park, Maddington
- Redshank Park, Martin
The City wishes to inform our residents of the naming of these parks.
Have your Say:
- View the aerial images of the parks to be named in our photo gallery
- Read the FAQs
- View the project timeline to understand our naming process